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Statewide K-12 Sexual Assault & Abuse Prevention & Awareness Program Guidelines


Appendix B: Connecticut Schools Sexual Assault & Abuse Prevention & Awareness Survey Results


Connecticut Schools Sexual Assault and Abuse Prevention and Awareness Survey Results

This survey was developed by the K-12 Statewide Sexual Assault and Abuse Prevention and Awareness Program Working Group and distributed through the Connecticut State Department of Education to public schools in Connecticut that teach students in K-12. The surveys were sent to 1,445 public schools and programs in August of 2014 and the data were compiled in June of 2015. 267 schools representing 96 towns responded to the survey, which is an overall survey response rate of 18% of schools representing 57% of Connecticut’s towns. Not all respondents answered all questions.

Who answered the survey?

 

Does your school have a working definition of sexual abuse, assault, and exploitation?

 

Does your school provide instructional lessons to students to promote awareness and prevention of sexual abuse, assault, and exploitation?

 

What do the instructional lessons include for students?

 

Who currently teaches the awarenes and prevention education modules to students?

 

Does your school provide professional development on the following?

 

Who receives this professional development?

 

What training mechanisms does your school use for

 

How can the working group best assist you or your school in doing this work?